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Home Selling in Edgewater : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Apr 27, 2013
Santiago Kensel Sanchez answered:
Sun Jan 20, 2013
Jaybags01 answered:
You can TOTALLY trust Zillow and here's why: buyers are making their offers based on sites like Zillow and Trulia. I agree there are intangibles but we're not talking about a huge swing. ... more
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Sun Apr 29, 2012
Terry Perdue answered:
Ask you management office or a local realtor if there have been recent sales in your building and what amount have they sold for. Also, feel free to contact a realtor and inquire.
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Sun Apr 29, 2012
Terry Perdue answered:
It depends on a lot of factors. One of the strongest is the supply and demand. If the supply is high and the demand is low the average market time could be lengthy. For a buyer the value, strength of the association, location, amenities, upgrades can all be a determining factor as to which condo they would choose to purchase. For a seller if they have a loan, can they sell it for enough to pay off the loan, how much do they want to put into the unit in order to market it. ... more
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Sun Apr 22, 2012
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Tue Dec 8, 2009
ron parker answered:
Well, what is your asking price? The amount of time that your home stays on the market is totally dependent upon the motivation that the buyer feels in regards to your property. Most prospective buyers will not feel any sense of urgency if your price is not competitive!

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Wed Apr 23, 2008
Eric Marcus answered:
For Edgewater Glen, defined as Peterson to Devon, Broadway to Ashland, for one bedrooms currently on the market (there are 22) is 154 days. In the last 6 months 10 1-bedrooms have sold and their average market time was 80 days. The lesson here is that places that are priced properly and aggressively marketed at the beginning of the listing tend to sell fast. Those that do not tend to languish on the market. ... more
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